According to a Toronto Sun exclusive, Patrick Brown passed a lie-detector test that asked him detailed questions about sexual misconduct allegations against him.
The test, administered by one of Canada’s top polygraph experts, was conducted in two stages on Feb. 14 and Feb 15 in Markham.
Brown was asked about the specific accusations that have been made by him by two women, one that occurred five years ago and the other about 10 years ago.
In both cases, he supposedly was cleared by the polygraph expert.
Important Information: Polygraph tests are not admissible as evidence in a Canadian court, but are in some parts of the U.S. and are considered accurate about 90% of the time.